President Obama to Meet With Internet CEOs

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March 21 (Bloomberg) -- Greycroft Partners Founder and Managing Director Alan Patricof discusses tech and politics on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

In private equity.

He has -- zuckerberg is visible.

And the president is struggling.

Your support for hillary clinton.

Would she have handled the tech community differently than we have seen from barack obama?

She had a different style.

In this particular circumstance, this takes a lot of handholding and relationship building.

I don't think the president is the best in these softer skills.

She expels in those.

What tone should zuckerberg take?

It would not be a good idea to be hostile.

There is a way of getting a point across.

The technology community is very concerned about this privacy issue.

What is a 30-year-old ceo like zuckerberg say for the rest of the industry?

It is hard to believe that he is 30 years old.

Nobody speaks for the whole community.

It there are people who speak loudly like larry ellis and larry schmidt and the google guys in general.

I think he carries a big voice.

He has a very large market value and he creates a lot of noise.

He gets a lot of think, as they say.

What do you hear from them about how concerned they are about government intervention westmark the ones we are talking to have not gotten to the point where they worry about that.

They don't worry about interest rates.

They are working on equity and funding.

They don't think in larger terms.

It isn't until the time they get to the size of google or facebook.

Are you having fun in the equity market?

That is a good question.

I'm having more fun now that i have for the last 40 years.

The last six or seven years since i started my most is in career has been timed accidentally.

The internet has been a

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